Following a five-year-drought in California, the Golden State at long last got enough rain the previous winter to announce regions of the state drought free. One region that got the genuinely necessary precipitation was in Napa County, a mainstream vacation destination.
Sitting up against the side of a 304-foot dam, Lake Berryessa is renowned for its “Grandness Hole” spillway, an unbelievable incredible sight. Sadly, for over 10 years there has not been sufficient water for the Glory Hole to be found in real life.
YouTube user Evan K got film of the gap in real life with the goal that everybody could witness a sight that hasn’t occurred in quite a while. Look at it.